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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #2006: Wrong Total (receipt reading skills)
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    Wrong Total (receipt reading skills)

    Hello everyone!
    Your task is to read through the receipt and the short dialogue. Then answer the questions. Good luck!(:-? Question 3 refers to the symbol, written in red, right next to the word 'product')

    The Cheap House

    657 West 57th Street

    L.A 1004













    Tax (8.25%)









    Pair of socks






    Product  #




    (bargain: buy 1 get 1 free)










    $3.00 each









    Thank You for Shopping with Us!

    Cashier: $73.07, please.

    Keith: What? That’s impossible. Show me the receipt!

    Cashier: Here it is.

    Keith: Look! The price on the shirt is $17. The receipt says $27.

    Cashier: Oh yes, you’re right. The receipt is wrong. I'm sorry.

    Keith: And what is the $5.57 for?

    Cashier: That’s the tax Sir.

    Keith: Alright. Fine.


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    1. What do the letters 'L.A' stand for?
    2. How do you read the date '06/04/2000' /
    3. what does the red-coloured symbol mean?
    4. What is the problem here?
    5. How is Keith feeling?
    6. The cashier may...
    7. Can't you see any other mistakes on the receipt?
    8. When did Keith go shopping?
    9. (general knowledge) $1 -one US Dollar- is worth...

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